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Google Hit With $57M Fine Under New EU Law Over Targeted Ads
It’s one of the biggest regulatory enforcement actions since the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, came into force in May.
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5 Ways To Block Porn On Your Kids' Devices
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Tech tools alone aren't enough to keep porn away.
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As Tech Employees Party, Contract Workers Get Left Out
Holiday party invitations show which workers are valued by the company — and which aren’t.
The New House Democratic Majority Will Take Antitrust Oversight Seriously
Democrats will investigate monopolies, oversee the regulators and write new antitrust legislation.
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FOOD & DRINK
The Top 10 Food Searches On Google In 2018
Keto, E.coli and anxiety heavily influenced our queries about food this year.
Macaulay Culkin Releases Hilarious 'Home Alone'-Inspired Ad
Kevin McCallister is back with a remake all you filthy animals will love.
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STYLE & BEAUTY
The Top 10 Fashion Searches On Google In 2018
While Meghan Markle wasn't a huge surprise, the comeback of 1980s style was.
Meghan Markle Tops Google's Global Trending Charts For 2018
Meghan Markle, Brett Kavanaugh, Demi Lovato, Stormy Daniels, Khloe Kardashian, Sylvester Stallone, Hailey Baldwin and Cardi B were all in the running.
Google CEO Had To Explain To Congress Why Googling 'Idiot' Shows Donald Trump
CEO Sundar Pichai denied the company has "a little man sitting behind the curtain."
Google Gets Hearing It Wants As Lawmakers Focus On Fake Anti-Conservative Bias
But underneath the nonsense, a bipartisan consensus emerged against the privacy status quo.
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GOP Rep. Cites Questionable Stats On Google Bias Using Conservative Blog Post
At a congressional hearing on Google, Rep. Lamar Smith made a wild claim that has no scientific backing.
Hearing On Google Gave Congressmen Ample Opportunities For Self-Owns
Out-of-touch lawmakers spent the better part of three hours complaining about how the internet works.
Swastikas Are Appearing On Google Maps And People Have Taken Notice
Google told HuffPost that the symbols "are incorrectly displaying for certain hotels" and that they are working on a fix to restore the correct icons.
What Parents Need To Know Before Buying Google Home Or Amazon Echo
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Beware the privacy and security risks.
'Dónde Votar' Spikes As A Trending Search Term On Election Day
The term's popularity on Google suggests more Hispanics are planning to vote.
Google Workers Stage Global Walkout
Google employees staged walkouts across the globe to protest against multimillion-dollar payouts to executives accused of sexual misconduct.
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Someone Paid Thousands Of Foreigners 20 Cents Each To Hide HuffPost's Negative Coverage Of A Democratic PAC
HuffPost’s story about End Citizens United dropped to the second page of Google search results from right near the top.
Google Employees Stage Global Walkout Over Payouts To Alleged Sexual Harassers
Employees are outraged over multimillion dollar payouts to high profile executives accused of sexual misconduct.
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Inventor Of World Wide Web Says Tech Giants May Have To Be Split Up
By Guy Faulconbridge and Paul Sandle, Reuters
"There is a danger of concentration," said Tim Berners-Lee, a London-born computer scientist who invented the Web in 1989.
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Google Walkout To Protest Harassment Kicks Off
By Paresh Dave, Reuters
Employees worldwide walked out amid complaints of sexism, racism and unchecked executive power at their company.
Google Says 48 Employees Were Fired For Sexual Harassment
The tech giant paid a $90 million severance package to the "Father of Android" over misconduct allegations, the New York Times reported.
What Defines Normal? Millions Search Google Every Day For Answers
People turn to the internet to answer their most anxiety-inducing questions. In our new series "Searching For Normal," we analyze global search data about our quest to learn about ourselves.
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Google Shutters Google+ After Security Flaw Exposed Data Of At Least 500,000 Users
By Arjun Panchadar, Munsif Vengattil and Paresh Dave, Reuters
The company had known about the glitch since March but failed to inform the public.
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13 Ways Amazon Echo And Google Home Can Help You Parent
Real parents shared the digital assistant hacks that make their lives easier.
Google’s Touching Mister Rogers Tribute Doodle Will Hit You Right In The Feels
This will help bring a beautiful day to your neighborhood.
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Google Sets Its Sights On One Of Silicon Valley’s Most Diverse Cities And Residents Are Scared
“Unfortunately cities want to attract companies and jobs, not build housing.”
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